- Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 7.1 x 3.1 inches ; 263 g
- Shipping Weight: 608 g
- Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: A3025041
- ASIN: B07X3ZBYRF
- Date first available at amazon.ae: December 5, 2019
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Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling Headphones, Wireless Over Ear Bluetooth Headphones with 40H Playtime, Hi-Res Audio, Deep Bass, Memory Foam Ear Cups and Headband Silver A3025041
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- Sound core is Anker's audio brand, Our signature sound is loved by 10 million+ people around the world.
- Hi-Res Audio Certified: Custom oversized 40 mm dynamic drivers produce Hi-Res Audio—a certification only awarded to audio devices capable of producing exceptional sound. Life Q20 active noise cancelling headphones reproduce your music with extended high frequencies that reach up to 40 kHz for extraordinary clarity and detail.
- Reduce Ambient noises by up to 90%: Our Team of engineers conducted more than 100, 000 tests in real-life scenarios to fine-tune life q20's 4 built-in ANC microphones and Digital active noise cancellation algorithm. As a result, the hybrid active noise cancellation can detect and cancel out a wider range of low and mid-frequency noises such as cars and airplane engines.
- 100% stronger bass: our exclusive bass up technology conducts real-time analysis of the low frequencies to instantly strengthen the Bass output. Double press the play button when listening to bass-heavy genres like EDM and hip-hop for an amplified listening experience.
- 40-Hour playtime: Up to 40 hours of non-stop playtime in wireless active noise cancellation mode (at 60% volume) is extended to an enormous 60 hours in standard music mode. A single charge gives you enough juice to listen to over 600 songs or soundtrack multiple long haul flights. And when you’re in a rush, charge life Q20 active noise cancelling headphones for 5 minutes and get 4 hours of listening.
- Universal Comfort: Memory foam ear cups gently mold around your ears, while the headband’s rotating joints automatically adjust the angle of the ear cups to fit the shape of your head. This ensures that Life Q20 active noise cancelling headphones deliver maximum comfort and a secure seal.
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Block Out the World, Immerse Yourself in the MusicLife Q20 active noise cancelling headphones pull out all the stops to ensure the music you love listening to always sound its best. Certified Hi-Res Audio with extended treble, enhanced clarity, and fine detailing are further optimized by our exclusive BassUp technology. And to stop ambient sounds from disrupting your listening experience, simply activate hybrid active noise cancellation mode to instantly immerse yourself in the song. Key FeaturesCertified Hi-Res Audio: Oversized 40 mm dynamic drivers produce certified Hi-Res Audio with treble extended to 40 kHz for exceptional clarity and details. Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling: Four microphones and a digital ANC algorithm detect and filter out up to 90% of low- and mid-frequency sounds. BassUp Technology: Our exclusive technology conducts real-time analysis of your audios bass frequencies to instantly strengthen it by up to 100%. All-Day Comfort: Memory foam earcups gently mold around your ears and the headbands rotating joints adjust the angle of the earcups to fit the shape of your head. 40-Hour Playtime: Life Q20 active noise cancelling headphones power multiple long haul flights from a single charge with up to 40 hours of playtime in wireless ANC mode. Increase to 60 hours in standard wireless listening mode. AUX Cable: Use the included AUX cable for unlimited listening in wired mode. Built-In Microphone: Make convenient, hands-free calls. Key SpecificationsImpedance 16Driver (Full Range) 2 40 mmFrequency Response 16 Hz - 40 kHzRange 15 m / 49. 21 ftWhats In The BoxSoundcore Life Q20 Active Noise Cancelling HeadphonesMicro-USB Cable3. 5 mm AUX CableTravel PouchUser ManualFriendly Customer Service18-Month Note: According to regulations, the maximum volume of headphones should not exceed 100dB. In order to protect your hearing, Life Q20s maximum volume has been set to around 95dB
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PROS: These Anker noise cancelling perform just as well as the Bose QuietComfort models at a fraction of the price. I've used them in an airplane on a recent flight and all the people noise around me just fell away. Very comfortable for hours at a time. Battery life is great. Comes with a plastic pouch and wires for audio and micro USB charging.
CONS: While the power and noise cancelling buttons are separate and easy to use, the volume up/down and pause are in a rocker which is hard to distinguish each function by touch alone. I would deduct 1/2 star of usability for this.
Would I buy these again? Unquestionably.
I listen to rap, rock and some house/upbeat tempo music mostly and these had me covered on all of my music.
If there was a color other than black and silver (like red, beige/cream/champagne type colors) I would buy another pair just for the gym so I can have one for gym use and a pair for casual listening. That’s how much value so feel I have in this product for the price.
The things that I really liked about them:
1) I really liked the construction of the headphones; the felt like they were very well made, very close to premium quality.
2) I loved the design of them and they look really great on my head. They are beautiful looking headphones!
3) They were really comfortable; my girlfriend has BOSE QC35ii and I couldn't sense ANY comfort differences.
4) Some of the frequency range sounded really good, mostly in the mids and highs area.
5) The buttons were very responsive and they didn't feel cheap at all—on other headphones I tried, they did.
The things that I didn't like so much:
1) These things have way way way too much bass and this is just in the normal bass mode. And the bass sounds kind of loose and not well defined. And when you turn on the BassUp feature, well, I really don't know how anyone could listen to music like that in that mode—they become super muddy sounding! Anyway, they have so much bass that I would say that the regular BassUp "OFF" mode should be the "ON" mode and the "OFF" mode should have considerably less bass. I had to go into my Macbook's EQ settings to pick some preset EQ modes to show just how much the bass needed to be turned down (and this is just in the normal BassUp "OFF" mode) to get them to sound better. ...SEE PICTURES of needed EQ settings.
***NOTE: iPods and iPhones are NOT easy to access the EQ settings as they are in: Setting>Music>EQ>Then select the EQ Preset you want—no Manual mode on iOS portables.***
2) Other problems I was having were when I had them connected to my 2011 iPod. They would cause the music to skip or interrupt 1 to 3 times (almost every time) when I would scan through a track to a another section in a song (it would happen after the scanning) or when I would skip forward or backward to another track. I have other Bluetooth devices that this iPod does NOT do that with, including 3 Anker SoundCore Motion Plus speakers—which I really really LOVE, by the way—so the problem isn't my iPod. ***NOTE: I don't know if I just got a faulty headset regarding this issue but I was too afraid to try another headset.***
3) The other issue I was having is: I was getting this noticeable volume up & down pumping or oscillations in the music whenever the A.N,C. (active noise cancellation) was "ON"—it would not do this with the A.N.C. in the "OFF" position. Anyway, these volume oscillations would occur with nearly every device I would try them with: a 2011 iPod, a 2012 MacBook, a 2016 iPod, and a 2019 iPhone—it would be more noticeable with some songs than with others and also in some sections of songs rather than in other sections. It did not seem to do this with my Android LG phone but I don't use this for music—I very much dislike the Mp3 format due to the smaller files and the lack of any integrated seamless playback feature. Maybe these Anker QC20s work better with Mp3 formats rather than the Apple ACC formats, but who knows.***NOTE: I don't know if I just got a bad headset regarding this issue but I was too afraid to try another headset.***
4) The other thing that I didn't not care for was when the fan was blowing on me I could clearly hear amplified wind noise coming through the A.N.C. microphones which are suppose to help the A.N.C cancel out noice, but in this case they were actually accentuating it through headphone speakers. ***NOTE: this issue wasn't completely a deal breaker for me like all the other issues were but I could see how this would be a problem if I was outside using the A.N.C. on a windy day or if I was hot and I needed a fan directly on me.***
I really like most Anker products that I buy: the power banks, portable backup battery chargers for phones, their Bluetooth speakers (several models)...etc. Unfortunately though, these headphones just weren't able to do it for me this time. :-(
My biggest gripe with this Anker headset isn't with the actual headset but rather that it doesn't come with a carrying case but rather a drawstring bag. Howe disappointing is that? Not very practical when traveling. Even my cheap MPow 059 headset came with a case. Anker being $10 more than the comparable TaoTronics that has a nice case, should have at least came with a case.
To my tone-deaf, tinnitus affect ears, both the Anker and TaoTronics sounds surprisingly good. Both feel very comfortable. I like the controls on the Anker better but the TaoTronics has bigger ear cups, although I really can't tell the difference when I'm wearing them. The biggest gripe I have with the Anker headset again is the lack of a case.
If they had been true low latency and the right channel had worked I would give it a 5 star.